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show me your latest and greatest stuff guys
Sounds good, man. I dig the metallic sounds.
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I don't like dubstep. Sounds like it has been done before. Mix is really clean though, good job with that.
Posted a different song in the last thread.
>Post-rock inspired, Chill-Drone
>Nothing on this page really fits the same bill
As always, I return follows and comments.
I like your stuff, pretty atmospheric, the different colors you make with guitar are awesome.
However, some more dynamic contrast would be nice, like variations in the texture. Let the songs evolve in different ways, rather than be drone like. But anyways, I love it.
Your stuff is sick, I want to also try to make these robo basses. Datsik does stuff like that! It's super cool.
However, some more variety wouldn't hurt.
Anyway, awesome guys!
Pretty good. Do you record your own music?
> stoner comedy / noise rock / aleatoric nonsense
Sounds really nice dude! Liked it.
The voice was irksome at first but it grew on me. I like the higher synths but the lower synth playing the bass line, I suppose, sounds a little stock to me. Over all I enjoy this though. Second guy reminds me of sole somehow
Left-field analog electronic, made/recorded on an mpc. I make all my ownsamples and chop it all up.
There's a very thorough concept going through my songs this year, I'm releasing a book / album / modified chess game on August 5th
thanks man, your stuff is chill as, followed
I have no idea whats going on in that track but it sounds cool.
very smooth stuff, and yeah i excel at sound design but suck at musical composition. currently learning music theory
go to hell
Really like the production on river song, vocals are extremely tight somethin just works about them so well. It's a lil rough around the edges but not enough to affect the feel. Well done.
Singer/Songwriter, looking for feedback, thanks for listening.
This, I love. It's not exactly my style, but for what it is it's very well produced and executed. Not much I can say other than can't wait for more.
>Reggae for whatever reason
>I always follow back if I dig your shit
Thanks yo, it sounds much better in the actual version though - I forgot to bring cables to recordout from my mpc so we had to record one side at a time... ended up sounding fucked. I'm going to get the album masteredbefore I actually release it, I can't wait to have actually quality recordings haha
Special thank you for complimenting my voice - I didn't sing at all up until about two years ago because I was always told I was a horrible singer by my brother, and I still get self-conscious about it too easily
Dope shit, I loved Keep Yrself especially. Ever done any (slightly) more traditional hiphop production?
Link We Link (prod. LexiBanks)
Lemeno (prod. JCaspersen)
Not sure if I got my morning coffee spiked after listening to that first track. Unique shit, definitely worth a listen.
Latest jam I stuck up, got two finished this weekend
Sounds good, a little too harsh palette for my taste though. You should consider adding more instruments in the background to fill the track out and add depth (e.g. skanks, arps, etc).
Damn, I like that. Especially the synths... The drums samples are so-so imo.
>alt. hip hop
>analog synths, guitars, etc
shiiiaat, the double-time part hits hard.
the track could use more mids. but still, i can feel it.
the first two tracks could use more sub bass
sounds like gay death grips, not bad tho.
man i really loved the first 30 seconds. then it got a little to crazy for me.
why not just mix it properly so it doesn't make my ears bleed? the melody itself is nice.
Thanks! I actually have a music video for keep yrself (among other songs), check it: http://youtu.be/OEYEut9qKLs
As for traditional hip hop production, I was in a hip hop group for about five years, here's a song I produced
I'm also the first person that raps
wow, I really don't like this.
That U 466899 song reminds me a bit of The Smiths, and S he found now by mbv, I liked it :)
>second ep is out now
hailey here, thank you / fair enough, I make all my samples and I only had what was around me, so the percussion / drums are made out of pickle jars, a tambourine, my synth, and a hat full of pennies
I'm working on it, and it's been 3 weeks or so.
Can't even say I'm almost done with it. I'll be posting the updated version tonight if anyone cares. :3
Its ight, i'd like more coherency
so much chill drone in /mu/core
need less dub step in the world
>used to be math rock duo
>now we have a horn section and a funky bassist
>occasional guest MC/rapper
Cool, I was looking for something to reply to that wasn't just massive presets and vengence samples. The feel is right, the mix is nice, but all the samples don't seem to exactly be in key together. Maybe slice something up a bit and repitch so it fits better? Good work though.
here's some dumb pop music
That's cool. Personally I don't record core kd/sd samples, its rarely a effective method compared to grabbing some from a drum kit.
I'll admit, there's something special about all-original content in a track. However, I usually suffice with recording some percs, claps or sd layers... (my time spent per track is already high enough...)
live 4 track ep is up
>lo fi, grungy, punkrock, indie rock, 5 piece band
The first track sounded like it belonged on Coldplay's Parachutes album (Which is a good thing) The second track seemed to sound like classic prog rock, but with a consistent sound instead of changes in the song throughut the course of the song, which was cool.
Other than that though, as the album keep going it started to get really boring.
Classic prog rock goodness, one of my favorite songs is the first track.
>Can't beat the Pete
>house, club, whatever
Gonna give feedback on soundcloud after I get food to make sure that the people who I give feedback to actually see it.
>Experimental Electronic, simultaneously blending lofi and hifi
>Some alternative dance, post-rock, noise, future garage, ambient, glitch influences
Returning and giving feedback on SC.
Just finished a track. It kind of has an ambient, folkgaze thing going on.If that's not your thing, just go to the next track..
>Smooth Hipstrumentals, Vape Hop
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very nice! good mixing, interesting arrangement! keep on doing this
nice approach, should be longer and more structured
i think the melodies could be more versatile but just my taste. outro was unnecessery to me
I really like Atmospheric Beats from 6 months ago but the ambient stuff feels very empty to me. I don't know a lot of ambient though.
Recording a song a short cover a day in an effort to increase my vocal skill. Need advice and criticism.
I really enjoy your melodic content/interval choices- it's not out of left field but it isn't absolutely obvious.
I LURV your synths honestly. Very nice control of your low end : mid low compression. I will say it is predictable, but you have and excellent grasp of your sound design on the bass. I could do with the drums being dirtier. The double time section was kind of a surprise. You're definitely doing it right just do it more 'you.'
I really Liked "A" all of your stuff is super smooth and has kind of a bounce to it, keep on keepin on brotha.
Kind of slow in the beginning I know but just wait for it
Do they have to be mutually exclusive? I will not deny that I promote myself here, but I also consistently give in depth feedback, and attempt to be objective where the style or genre is not my thing and give insight about the sonic quality.
holy jesus, thats actually really decent man.
and thanks I'll definitely will experiment with addition instrumentation to fill out the dead space in future.
not a big house person, but it sounds really nice, that kick is way over compressed though.
sweet baby jesus that the atmospheres in some of those tracks are brilliant, also top notch feedback, will definitely hone my own style and experiment with adding a bit of grit to drumlines
>hiphop / pop
>will return feed back
your trap step song was nice, it seems you have a good understanding of what youre going for a lot of the time and trap step had a lot of cool stuff going on at once which i liked
rly unique shit diggin it braj keep on
nice one op, check out my work
>>strange creepy beats with unusual vocals
New music up. Feedback returned